Hosting a Party That Will Live Long in the Memory

Everybody wants a party they host to be memorable. Everybody wants their party to be talked about for years to come. Everybody wants to be the one that hosts that ‘epic’ party that lives long in the memory of everybody who attended. Unfortunately, however, time makes most things fade from the memory. And time especially makes parties fade from the memory as they are such a general occurrence in life. So, in order for a party to live longer in the memory than it rightfully should, the host must go above and beyond. If you are a party host who wants to secure this unforgettable fate, make sure to take heed of the advice below.

To make something live long in the memory the thing in question has to stand out. It has to be different to other things. The thing has to have its own unique twist. This should be the basis from which you work from in all areas of your party, starting with the catering. As nice as standard buffets are they’re just not unique enough to live long in the memory. Yes, a plate full of sausage rolls, pineapple and cheese on sticks and cheese sandwiches may be just want people need at a party. But is it going to live long in the memory? No, it is going to be forgotten as soon as the plastic plate is thrown away. For this this reason you should not only seek to serve delicacies that people want to eat, but delicacies that have their own unique twist. To make food live long in the memory of your guests once it’s made its way down to their bellies it has to have something about it that is different. For instance, as showcased on alpendelicious.com.au, there are sweet dishes known as Whoopies Cookies that have the universally loved taste of chocolate spread and cookies but they look different. For all intents and purposes, they look like sandwiches. They, and other food that has a twist to it, will make any birthday party you host one that is not only remembered by the birthday boy/girl, but by every single guest also.


If you're wanting to throw a party that no one will forget then every little detail has to be dealt with attentively. Every detail has to be optimised to its full potential. Each aspect of the night, from the catering to the entertainment to the venue, has to be perfect. This, of course, brings with it an added load of stress. Hosting a party can be stressful at the best times. It is made even more stressful when you are trying to host a memorable one. But if that is your goal with your party then the added stress and workload is unfortunately something you just have to accept. But that’s not to say you can’t let your hair down come the night of the party! In fact that is very, very much encouraged. And just be thankful you're not trying to organise a wedding that will live long in the memory!